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  1. I know this is fairly old thread but its been a valuable discussion. I was wondering if anyone knew the answer to the following. If you buy something online and the retailer has stated in their T&C's that you have acknowledged prior to purchase (yes the one we all tick without reading )," In the event that the product has a fault, just return it to us at your own expense within 7 days of receiving it." Does this statement, and your acknowledgement of it, constitute part of the contract of sale, and therefore override the Distiance Selling Regulations? Even if the statement is unlawful, does your acceptance of these T&C's confirm that you are happy to be bound by their unlawful request?
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